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VTRAC For Dummies

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All credit for this post goes to TnTea and DiamondPalace. I am posting a combination of their hard work and generosity. Thank You TnTea and DiamondPalace. May GOD bless you both with many-many winning tickets. DiamondPalace, your pick 3-VTRAC converter is a huge time saver. TnTea, I've learned so much from your VTRAC lessons.

TnTea:                                              VTRAC

Vtracs 101                http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/123541

Vtracs 101 Chapter 2      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/123581

Vtracs 102                http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/123604

Vtracs 102 Chapter 2      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/123652

Vrtacs 102 Chapter 3      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/123818

Vtracs 102 Chapter 4      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/123906
 
Vtracs 103 .. Finale      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/124129

What I look for in picking pick 4  http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/124334

Pilot Test for Vtracs 104  http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/123705

 

 

DiamondPalace:                                       VTRAC CONVERTER

PICK 3-VTRAC CONVERTER                      http://www.lottoism.com/pick-3-vtrac-converter/

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    Posted: December 15, 2009, 5:43 am - IP Logged

    Thanks Perdue! Hope people gets many wins from the VTRAC techniques.

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      Posted: December 17, 2009, 12:39 pm - IP Logged

      Thanks for this much need info!  I was so lost on vtracs.

      When praises go up, blessings come down.  Lovies

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        Posted: December 18, 2009, 12:01 am - IP Logged

        Just found this post. Thank you so much for doing this!!

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          oooooohhh goodie goodie, thanks!!


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            oops sorry Perdue,

            I just stacked a post on the systems forum on Vtracs without looking at the systems posts first. Sorry,..... thanks for the links.

            Good topic!

            DD

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              oops sorry Perdue,

              I just stacked a post on the systems forum on Vtracs without looking at the systems posts first. Sorry,..... thanks for the links.

              Good topic!

              DD

              No apology necessary. Every helpful posting is a great posting in my book.Thumbs Up


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                No apology necessary. Every helpful posting is a great posting in my book.Thumbs Up

                very good Perdue.

                http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/118727/436247?q=vtrac+trends&rp=search

                Here is something I dug up.

                DD

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                  Posted: December 22, 2009, 8:10 am - IP Logged

                  Here is a download link that contains some Excel files for Pick 3 using VTRAC.

                  There is a pdf in the zip file.

                  The information was from another lottery forum.

                  The Excel files are no mine.

                  http://www.box.net/shared/4sgcuf4hq1

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                    All credit for this post goes to TnTea and DiamondPalace. I am posting a combination of their hard work and generosity. Thank You TnTea and DiamondPalace. May GOD bless you both with many-many winning tickets. DiamondPalace, your pick 3-VTRAC converter is a huge time saver. TnTea, I've learned so much from your VTRAC lessons.

                    TnTea:                                              VTRAC

                    Vtracs 101                http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/123541

                    Vtracs 101 Chapter 2      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/123581

                    Vtracs 102                http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/123604

                    Vtracs 102 Chapter 2      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/123652

                    Vrtacs 102 Chapter 3      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/123818

                    Vtracs 102 Chapter 4      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/123906
                     
                    Vtracs 103 .. Finale      http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/124129

                    What I look for in picking pick 4  http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/124334

                    Pilot Test for Vtracs 104  http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/123705

                     

                     

                    DiamondPalace:                                       VTRAC CONVERTER

                    PICK 3-VTRAC CONVERTER                      http://www.lottoism.com/pick-3-vtrac-converter/

                    Perdue thank you for finding this information it is wonderful!!!!  Here's to you hitting the big oneCheers

                     Wink CJR~

                     

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                      You're absolutely 100% correct. This thread is great!!! Thank you soooo much.

                      Folks you gotta go to this thread!!

                      It is an explanation of Pick 3 vtrac movement.

                      In this post winsumloosesum does an excellent breakdown of the pick 3 vtrac movement.  Another must have for vtrac'ers!!

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                        Here is a download link that contains some Excel files for Pick 3 using VTRAC.

                        There is a pdf in the zip file.

                        The information was from another lottery forum.

                        The Excel files are no mine.

                        http://www.box.net/shared/4sgcuf4hq1

                        Thank You winsumloosesum!! This file along with the thread posted by Delta Draw are superb!! I admit I have to study these files. Once the excitement of having a new lotto toy dies down a little I believe I'll be able to increase my wins.

                        Thank You!! Thank You!! Thank You!!

                        Winsumloosesum, please take a bow for doing such an excellent job on explaining the vtrac position in the thread posted by Delta Draw. You are a gem among gems.

                         

                        Question-Question:

                        Will these same ideas work with pick 4 vtrac also? Will we have to do anything different to use these ideas for pick4 vtrac? If so, what must be done different to work these ideas for pick 4 vtrac?

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                          I studied those vtrac lessons endlessly.  Those are great lessons... vtracs work! 

                          Don't forget those double vtrac returns!!!!

                          Ohio

                          Mon, Dec 21, 20095-0-67-1-45-4-9-31-2-4-4
                          Sun, Dec 20, 20093-9-33-2-40-1-8-07-1-8-7
                          Sat, Dec 19, 20091-5-55-1-87-6-9-86-0-9-5

                           



                          155 and 506... missed them both!  Bang Head

                           

                          My tip for anyone... learn vtracs and get a book from Lottery Queen

                          Keep it simple 


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                            Thank You winsumloosesum!! This file along with the thread posted by Delta Draw are superb!! I admit I have to study these files. Once the excitement of having a new lotto toy dies down a little I believe I'll be able to increase my wins.

                            Thank You!! Thank You!! Thank You!!

                            Winsumloosesum, please take a bow for doing such an excellent job on explaining the vtrac position in the thread posted by Delta Draw. You are a gem among gems.

                             

                            Question-Question:

                            Will these same ideas work with pick 4 vtrac also? Will we have to do anything different to use these ideas for pick4 vtrac? If so, what must be done different to work these ideas for pick 4 vtrac?

                            Yes thank you Winsum! looking at the link I posted shows one of the seeds for the Systems forum we now enjoy as well as Vtrac resources. The LP systems forum is the best! Access to the way-back files is a must-have to research topics that are the product of many hours of work.

                            Still cutting my teeth on Vtracs but I do agree they are a significant pointer to use. I  have to prove that to myself but I think they are of value because of the Vtrac resources here at LP. I was a bit distant to their significance because there was a basic understanding missing, so I shelved it.

                            thanks Perdue for this thread, it has gathered some real good information on Vtracs.  No updated information yet, but the old is pretty darn good.

                            Those files Winsum provided have many good stats explained and that is the stuff I really dig. Knowing the characteristics of Vtracs fills in a better picture for me. Pick-4 positional studies and insights are in the files as well as pick-3.

                            Happy Holidays everyone!

                            RudolphDD

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                              Yes thank you Winsum! looking at the link I posted shows one of the seeds for the Systems forum we now enjoy as well as Vtrac resources. The LP systems forum is the best! Access to the way-back files is a must-have to research topics that are the product of many hours of work.

                              Still cutting my teeth on Vtracs but I do agree they are a significant pointer to use. I  have to prove that to myself but I think they are of value because of the Vtrac resources here at LP. I was a bit distant to their significance because there was a basic understanding missing, so I shelved it.

                              thanks Perdue for this thread, it has gathered some real good information on Vtracs.  No updated information yet, but the old is pretty darn good.

                              Those files Winsum provided have many good stats explained and that is the stuff I really dig. Knowing the characteristics of Vtracs fills in a better picture for me. Pick-4 positional studies and insights are in the files as well as pick-3.

                              Happy Holidays everyone!

                              RudolphDD

                              Here is some alternate information pertaining to "Neighbor Odd/Even".  Similar to VTRAC.  I guess you could call them Neighbor VTRACS

                              Courtesy of MikeK

                              Even Odd NeighborNumbers List with only BoxedNumbers

                              What are Neighbor Numbers?

                              Digits - Neighbor
                              0,1         0
                              2,3         1
                              4,5         2
                              6,7         3
                              8,9         4

                              Neighbor Number Excel Formula?
                              =INT(Digit*.5)  

                              When you are looking at a EvenOddNeighborNumbers List with only BoxedNumbers you see that there really three types of EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              1. with 4 BoxedNumbers,
                              2. with 6 BoxedNumbers, and
                              3. with 8 BoxedNumbers.

                              This gives you a much better tracking system for
                              Boxed numbers than Vtracs provides.

                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              000(4)
                              000,001,011,111
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              111(4)
                              222,223,233,333
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              222(4)
                              444,445,455,555
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              333(4)
                              666,667,677,777
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              444(4)
                              888,889,899,999
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              001(6)
                              002,003,012,013,112,113
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              002(6)
                              004,005,014,015,114,115
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              003(6)
                              006,007,016,017,116,117
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              004(6)
                              008,009,018,019,118,119
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              011(6)
                              022,023,033,122,123,133
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              022(6)
                              044,045,055,144,145,155
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              033(6)
                              066,067,077,166,167,177
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              044(6)
                              088,089,099,188,189,199
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              112(6)
                              224,225,234,235,334,335
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              113(6)
                              226,227,236,237,336,337
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              114(6)
                              228,229,238,239,338,339
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              122(6)
                              244,245,255,344,345,355
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              133(6)
                              266,267,277,366,367,377
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              144(6)
                              288,289,299,388,389,399
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              223(6)
                              446,447,456,457,556,557
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              224(6)
                              448,449,458,459,558,559
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              233(6)
                              466,467,477,566,567,577
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              244(6)
                              488,489,499,588,589,599
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              334(6)
                              668,669,678,679,778,779
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              344(6)
                              688,689,699,788,789,799
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              012(8)
                              024,025,034,035,124,125,134,135
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              013(8)
                              026,027,036,037,126,127,136,137
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              014(8)
                              028,029,038,039,128,129,138,139
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              023(8)
                              046,047,056,057,146,147,156,157
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              024(8)
                              048,049,058,059,148,149,158,159
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              034(8)
                              068,069,078,079,168,169,178,179
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              123(8)
                              246,247,256,257,346,347,356,357
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              124(8)
                              248,249,258,259,348,349,358,359
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              134(8)
                              268,269,278,279,368,369,378,379
                              EvenOddNeighborNumbers:
                              234(8)
                              468,469,478,479,568,569,578,579

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